# Ch 2: FSA - Grade 8 Math: Algebraic Expressions

This chapter will help your student review the material necessary for the sections of the FSA Grade 8 Math test that deal with algebraic expressions. Our comprehensive video lessons are taught by experienced teachers who are available to answer questions.

## FSA Grade 8 Math: Algebraic Expressions - Chapter Summary

You can use this chapter to help your student review the formulas and steps for solving algebraic expression-related problems on the FSA - Grade 8 Math test. This chapter covers:

• Converting negative exponents
• Finding square roots and cube roots
• Converting and comparing numbers in scientific notation
• Proportional relationships
• Recognizing the constant of proportionality
• Using equations to represent proportional relationships

You can view the video lessons, review the written transcripts, and go back through the videos topic by topic with our interactive timeline feature. Along the way, there are quizzes and practice exams to help your student retain the information and prepare for the real test.

### FSA Grade 8 Math: Algebraic Expressions Chapter Objectives

The FSA Grade 8 Math test is used by the Florida Department of Education to measure the progress of 8th grade math students against the educational standards set for them by the state. This chapter is designed with lessons related specifically to the Expressions and Equations test section, which makes up 30% of the exam. Questions on the exam include multiple-choice, open-response and technology-enhanced items.

9 Lessons in Chapter 2: FSA - Grade 8 Math: Algebraic Expressions
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